NAT or ‘National AIDS Trust’ is a charity that helps people with AIDS. It is a fact that most people with AIDS dont know that they have it so this charity helps them find and treat it as best they can.
Find out more info about NAT on there web site http://www.nat.org.uk/. By going on this website you can donate money to help. They receive some government funding but you can donate more.
They work closely with a range of different people – including other charities, people living with HIV, doctors, lawyers and other experts – and use all the latest evidence to develop fresh and independent thinking on HIV and to identify solutions.
Their thinking influences national policy development and the actions of people and organisations across the UK who have the greatest impact on the lives of people living with HIV. They believe that by working in this way we can make the biggest difference to the largest number of lives.